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&a, joining me this morning, ross goldstien with the state board of elections. we had record early voting on first day, yesterday. is that the result of the storm? >> in part, and marylanders are getting used to early voting but we had over 78,000 voters turn out for the first day of early voting. >> is that a record number? >> that's very high. >> how does that break down across party lines? >> it's trending per maryland's voter registration so probably just about two to one. i don't have the exact figures with me right now. >> and what do you foresee through the week and how does the storm enter into the picture? >> everything being normal, early voting goes on today from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. and monday through thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. all the locations are listed on our website and you have them on your website so we encourage people to get out there and take advantage of early voting. if the storm changes or if conditions worsen, the governor has the authority to cancel, postpone, take any action necessary for the safety of the public in terms of voting so people should sta
ballot, from same-sex marriage to gaming but election officials seem stunned. >> it's overwhelming and a great turnout. this is what we wanted to see happen. >> the wait did not deter people. did they want to give up? >> not when it's your civic duty. >> early voting is open to registered voters. polls will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. through november 1 except today when they're open from noon to 6:00. and with the uncertainty surrounding hurricane sandy, the governor's office says it will determine if changes to early voting are necessary to protect the public. >> the approach of hurricane sandy is forcing both presidential campaigns to rethink strategy and rewrite the campaign map. brian moore explains from washington. >> 10 days. >> in this tight presidential is a even new hampshire big prize and as president obama stumped there, republican challenger mitt romney was trying to nail down support in florida. going into the last full week of the presidential campaign, both candidates are reaching out to undecided voters. >> i'm asking you to compare my plan with governor r
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